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anchor() method creates a string that embeds a string in an
<a> element with a name (
A string representing a
namevalue to put into the generated
<a name="...">start tag.
A string beginning with an
<a name="name"> start tag (double quotes in
name are replaced with
"), then the text
str, and then an
</a> end tag.
const myString = "Table of Contents"; document.body.innerHTML = myString.anchor("contents_anchor");
will output the following HTML:
<a name="contents_anchor">Table of Contents</a>
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